Colors are a Rainbow of Storytime, No. 4
Updated: Jul 19
Note: This post original appeared February 19, 2019 on the Santa Clara County Library's Blog.
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Storytime is a rainbow of colors with Episode 4 - so come on along and enjoy a storytime, anytime with the Storytime Seedlings Podcast!
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Listen to the Podcast - Episode 4 - COLORS
Picture Books to read a rainbow
Sing a song of COLORS
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My Crayons Talk to Me (To the tune Row, Row, Row Your Boat)
My crayons talk to me. They tell which to use. If I wanted to color the sky, Which one could I choose? - BLUE! Other verses: Grass — Green Banana — Yellow Strawberry — Red Grape — Purple Orange — Orange
Early Literacy Tip: The Importance of COLORS for Reading
In episode four, we encourage you to point out colors to your child on a daily basis. You can do this wherever you are—in the produce aisle in the supermarket, while out walking through your neighborhood, or while sitting inside your home. Describe the colors and objects and then ask your child what color something is. By talking about colors and objects, you are helping your child develop their vocabulary and future reading comprehension.
See you at Storytime! Lauren
Hello! I'm Lauren Teixeira, Children's Librarian and Podcaster.
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